Where do I go, what do I wear, what do I do when going to Court at the Wake County Courthouse?

Going to court can be a nerve-wracking experience. You have to go through metal detectors. There are sheriffs deputies all around. Judges in black robes. This is true of courts everywhere, including Raleigh, North Carolina’s Wake County Courthouse.

I prepared this special document for my clients to let them know exactly where to go, where to park, how to dress, and how to behave at court. This document is designed to eliminate the fear of going to court, and to make it a less nerve-wracking and frightening experience.

If you are headed to court at the Wake County Courthouse, feel free to use this as a guide. If your attorney has not instructed you on how to act, you should ask him or her how he wants you to dress, where he wants you to show up, and so forth.

If you’ve got any questions, feel free to contact me at (919) 352-9411.

Damon Chetson

Damon Chetson is a Board Certified Specialist in State and Federal Criminal Law. He represents people charged with serious and minor offenses in Raleigh, Wake County, and the Eastern District of North Carolina. Call (919) 352-9411.